Gomphogyne cissiformis Griff., Bot. Coll. Cantor 26 1845. (Syn: Gomphogyne alleizettei Gagnep.; Gomphogyne cissiformis var. villosa Cogn.; Gomphogyne cissiformis f. villosa (Cogn.) Mizush.);
Himalaya to China (SW. & S. Yunnan): Assam, China South-Central, East Himalaya, Nepal, Vietnam, West Himalaya as per POWO;
Common name: Ivy Gomphogyne • Mizo: Hringtuidawn
VOF Week: Climber for Id : Attachments (9). 5 posts by 3 authors.
I think yes, the leaves are, however, more sharply and regularly serrate than I have seen at many a places
It is Gomphogyne cissiformis Griff. var. cissiformis (Cucurbitaceae). This species has small truncated fruits while Cyclenthera pedata has relatively larger fruit which are acute at both ends. It often grows with Cyclenthera pedata near human settlements.
Thanks … for adding one more cucurbit to our knowledge
Altitude : ca. 1,400 m.
Date : 23-09-2016
Habit : Climber
Habitat : Wild
Gomphogyne cissiformis Griff.